A headshot of Amanda D'Amico

Book Arts & Printmaking (MFA)

Amanda D’Amico is a book artist and an adjunct associate professor of Book Arts and Printmaking. 


D'Amico is a book artist working under the imprint Tiny Revolutionary Press. She is the master printer at the Borowsky Center for Publication Arts. She has taught workshops for the 

  • Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis; 

  • Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Hyattsville, Maryland; 

  • The Morgan Conservatory, Cleveland; Grand Marais Art Colony, Minnesota; and Haystack Mountain School of Craft, Deer Isle, Maine. 

She serves on the boards of the Philadelphia Center for the Book and The Soapbox: Community Print Shop and Zine Library and is member of Impractical Laborers in Service of the Speculative Arts. Her artist's books have been collected and exhibited nationally.


  • D’Amico has been teaching at UArts since 2013. 

  • She also teaches at Tyler School of Art and Architecture, Temple University, Philadelphia. 

  • D’Amico earned her MFA at UArts and her BA at Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, New York. 


Explore Amanda D’Amico’s website.



Three books that look like sculptures of an egg and a sausage and a sandwich
Amanda D'Amico, “Savory Books”
  • A book that looks like a fish with gray scales and skin and red interior pages
    Amanda D’Amico, “Icelandic Fish Book”